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September 27, 1985 - Image 19

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The Detroit Jewish News, 1985-09-27

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THE DETROIT JEWISH NEWS Friday, September 27, 1985

ZIONIST ORGANIZATION OF AMERICA

METROPOLITAN DETROIT DISTRICT

PRESENTS

ALFOLIR

UJA, he was responsible for
enrolling in Israel's behalf a
group of prominent Americans
who have become important fac-
tors in services for Israel.
Zuckerman heads the move-
ment in Israel that provides,
homes and training for the re-
tarded and in that capacity he
again becomes a leader in a
movement that has made pro-
gress in the Israeli social serv-
ices.
He has also become an impor-
tant affiliate of the Magen
David Adom, the Israeli equiv-
alent of the Red Cross, and with
his wife Helen, his constant
supporter in all his tasks, the
Zuckerman name will soon be
displayed on a fully-equipped
MDA ambulance.
It is in the educational efforts
that Paul Zuckerman assumes
leadership. His identification
with the Hebrew University,
where he is a guest lecturer, is a
matter of record. His plans for
large-scale tasks in the Israeli
universities should soon be sen-
sational.
Such is the parade of _the de-
voted, the dedicated, the iden-
tified. Their march forward for
community and nation surely
has appreciative applause.

ANNUAL

BALFOUR
CELEBRATION

Starring

Entertainer Extraordinaire

ROBERT CLARY

Robert C(ary's trek to stardom fed him from the intimate cafes and
cabarets of Paris, where he started singing at age 12, to international
acclaim in night-clubs, theater, firms and television.

His stage credits include "New Faces," "Seventh Heaven," "La Pume de
ma Tante," "Around the World in 80 Days," "Sugar" and "Cabaret."

On TV he has displayed his versatility in such shows as "Mery Griffin
Show" and "Hogan's Heroes."

Mideast Foes
Take A Break

Jerusalem (JTA) — A tiny
aberration from the total hostil-
ity between Israel and Libya
took place earlier this month in
Milan, Italy. An Israeli diplomat
was active in draftng an inter-
national diplomatic document —
and a Libyan diplomat was
active in having it endorsed by
a United Nations Agency.
The event occurred at the
Seventh UN congress on the
Prevention of Crime and the
Treatment of Offenders.
The Israeli delegation, to-
gether with Australia and the
United States, drafted a resolu-
tion on domestic violence
entitled "Victims of Crime" and
the Second Committed of the
Congress, chaired by Libya,
adopted the resolution unanim-
ously.

Florian
ZaBach

Car Bomb
Attack Halted

The King of the Violin"

Tel Aviv (JTA) — A would-be
Lebanese suicide car bomber
appeared at a press conference
in an IDF military compound, in
the south Lebanon town of Mar-
jayoun last week.
The man, Mohammed Awad
Masri, 26, a Shiite Moslem, had
driven - his car packed with a
quarter-ton of high explosives
towards an SLA (South Lebanon
Army) checkpost at the edge of
the security zone. The SLA men
ordered Masri and his teenage
passenger out for a security
check. The two were detained by
the soldiers.
The SLA unit fired an RPG at
the vehicle, which blew up. No-
body was injured in the blast.

"Ahsofittely

Ruthi
Navon

One of Israel's

to

singing stars

• "A native of Haifa, with a. voice like a bell, Miss
Navon is equally at home rendering a Hasidic
medley, a crackling !Don't Let It Rain On My
Parade,' the plaintive ballad 'Feelings' and a
spirited: tune from 'Pippin' ".

San Francisco Call Bulletin

undoubtedly .

America's hest."

London, The Record Mirror

With the music of Mack Pitt and his Orchestra

.SLINDAY ) OCT. 27 ) 1985 7:30 P.M. ,

FORD AUDITORIUM

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